I Can Do This plant elixir
Archeus plant essences & elixirs are made with plants growing organically in our garden and surrounding area. We handpick the plant material for these essences and make them using a traditional quartz-infused sun method.
Positive attribute: self-confidence, vitality and courage.
Negative indication: lack of confidence, lack of focus, exhaustion, inability to speak with one's own voice, fear of being unable to overcome a challenge.
You can do it. You can get through this. This elixir blend helps Nature help you in the times that are tough, the times that challenge. It is there to help you conquer your fear and boost your confidence and self-belief.
Oak has a quality of resilience and protection. It is the remedy for the person who just keeps battling on, even when they are exhausted. Rosemary is a herb used to ease anxiety and help with focus and is symbolic of fidelity. In this case, we like to think of fidelity as being true to yourself, believing in yourself. Willow is a guardian tree, protecting all that it touches (and di you know that aspirin is derived from its bark?). Mullein is a herb of the lungs, it clears the airways. We feel that it makes it easier to find your own voice. Mullein also tends to grow on dry banks and hillsides and so we love it for its ability to rise up out of difficult soil. Bee balm was used by First Nation peoples in the States as an anesthetic and so we like its 'balm' energy, soothing and helping with the pain. When you are feeling stressed, take a moment to think of these plants all there with you, on your side.
This Elixir Blend contains the following plant essences: Oak (Quercus alba), Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), Willow (Salix nigra), Mullein Verbascum thapsus), Bee balm (Monarda fistulosa), Aqua, Grape alcohol.
10ml/0.33 fl.oz stock oral dropper bottle
Place 2-3 drops on the tongue or add to a glass of water. Repeat 3-4 times daily or as required.
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